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How to change the password change frequency for samba-ldap

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Hi,
   I do not remember how to change the password changed frequency for my users.
   I manually change the password of my user using this command: smbldap-passwd.
   I set the password to expire each 6 months but I want to set it to 90 day now.
   And I Can't recall how.

   I know the samba password is stored on ldap.

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Using the pdbedit command is the way to go...
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